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Lincoln is home to some of the most spectacular hiking in Ontario.  The Bruce Trail cuts across Lincoln in a East West direction as it follows the  Niagara Escarpment. 

The Bruce Trail is the oldest and longest continuous footpath in Canada.  It runs along the Niagara Escarpment from Niagara to Tobermory, spanning more than 800km of main trail.  The trail traverses public lands, roads and road allowances, land purchased by the Bruce Trail Association, and private land whose owners generously allow the trail on their property. It is maintained by volunteers from the nine local Bruce Trail Clubs, including the Niagara Bruce Trail Club.

 
Niagara Bruce Trail Club Featured Hike
Feature Ball's Falls
Directions & Parking QEW Niagara, Exit 57,South on Victoria Ave. through Vineland to Niagara Road 75 and the Ball's Falls Conservation Area entrance. Parking available at Ball's Falls Conservation Area.
Hike Directions Entering Balls Falls Conservation Area through the arboretum, you descend a flight a stairs. Here you will find Ball's Falls, a spectacular waterfall – two-thirds the height of Niagara Falls. If you turn around and cross the road, you can follow Twenty Mile Creek for 1km south into a lovely wooded valley.
(Bruce Trail Reference Map #4)
Length Less than 500 metres to the north or 1 km to the south. Allow two hours for the whole visit in both directions.

Click on the Bruce Trail sign for more information on this world class trail system:

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